News : Local Tech Company Does Its Part to Protect Digital Information

Mar 3, 2015

Originally published on Seacoast Online and Portsmouth Patch. 

By Mark Quirk

PORTSMOUTH – The recent snow storms in the Northeast should serve as a reminder that Mother Nature is a force to be reckoned with.

And while severe weather can cause serious damage to physical property, it’s just as dangerous to digital property. That’s why measures should be taken to protect both. Since 1997 Jenaly Technology Group, Inc., has helped individuals and businesses with the latter.

MJ Shoer, the company’s president and virtual chief technology officer, says changing weather patterns are becoming more unpredictable and more severe. Storms such as hurricane Sandy that walloped the New York City area and masses of snow, like what we’ve been experiencing here in New England this winter make the risk of impact on your IT infrastructure more possible.

These storms have caused power outages, and physical collapses, which could compromise information stored digitally on a computer or server. Companies and individuals need to prepare for these kinds of emergencies with plans for two things: disaster recovery and business continuity. Jenaly helps with both.

Read the full story on Seacoast Online here and Portsmouth Patch here